WWE: Live Commentary Radios To Be Made Available

WWE has announced that, starting at this Sunday’s SummerSlam event, fans attending WWE shows will have the option of purchasing a WWE Live Commentary Radio for $15 at merchandise stands. These WWE Live Commentary Radios allow fans that are in the arena to tune into the same play-by-play commentary that the home viewers get to hear during RAW, SmackDown, Superstars, NXT, and pay-per-view events. Once purchased, these radios are for the fans to keep and use at future WWE events and, when not listening to the commentary, the radios can be used like a normal FM radio.

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